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Student Loan Servicers Now Subject to Borrowers’ State Law Claims
Recent circuit and district court decisions find federal preemption inapplicable to many state law deception claims against student loan servicers. The article lists common servicer abuses, explains how the new cases reject the Department of Education’s preemption claims, and analyzes which state law claims will be most effective in seeking remedies from student loan servicers.
Truth in Lending (10th ed. September 2019) (2,010 pp., 2 volumes) is now available, both in print and in digital format on the NCLC Digital Library. The definitive Truth in Lending resource provides crucial updates from the nation's TILA experts. Learn more and read Chapter One for free here. Print + Digital Subscribers will receive their print copies later this month and all subscribers have digital access now.
This article sets out homeowner rights when homeowners get behind on their mortgage payments after a natural disaster. The article includes the new FHA policy and an overview of options for Fannie, Freddie, FHA, VA, and RHS loans, plus steps the homeowner should take to obtain relief.
NCLC just added four new features to our powerful digital search engine. This article describes the new features and provides—for both subscribers and for the general public—a quick guide to unleashing all the advantages of NCLC’s search engine to find consumer law topics, sample pleadings, and primary source material.
2019 decisions from three circuit courts exempt data gatherers from the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). This article explains that these firms should be careful what they wish for, as FCRA preemption no longer applies and they become subject to potentially powerful state laws.
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